1999 Linux Symposium



Time Room A Room B Room C
Wednesday, July 19th
9:00 Sign-in Desk Opens
12:00 The Linux Desktop: The past, and the future. Miguel de Icaza
13:45 Memory Management Part I Booting Linux:
The History and the Future
DocBook:A Tutorial for
Hackers and Writers
15:00 Break
15:15 Memory Management Part II Video4linux Making Network Encryption Usable
19:00-24:00 Welcome Reception: MadDog Addresses the Crowd
Thursday, July 20th
10:00 Linux Filesystem Developments The Embedded Linux revolution Using FreeS/WAN - Part I
11:15 Break
11:30 GFS: The Global Filesystem Linux on the PA-RISC processor Using FreeS/WAN - Part II
12:45 Lunch
13:45 The Extended 3 File System Transmeta Crusoe Architecture Strong Authentication Using PAM and Kerberos V
15:00 Break
15:15 JFS For Linux Linux on IA-64 ARPsec
19:00 Corel Inc. event Party
Friday, July 21st
10:00 XFS Linux Network Programming X - The black art of X11 Graphics programming.
11:15 Break
11:30 Intelligent I/O
Capabilities for Linux
Fast Forwarding The Bird Berlin
12:45 Lunch
13:45 Optimizing Linux
device drivers for SMP
Packet Mangling in
The Linux Kernel
Open Source Practices: The Second 90%
15:00 Break
15:15 Dynamic Libraries: How they work New ppp layer in the Kernel for 2.4 The Rsync Algorithm
20:00 Zero-Knowledge Systems Inc. event Party
Saturday, July 22nd
10:00 Linux FailSafe - High Availability for Linux Shared 3D virtual
The Bonobo Component Model
11:15 Break
11:30 VACM: Managing Remote Servers Power Management and Linux Evolution
12:45 Lunch
13:45 Linux Virtual Servers for Scalable Network Services Introduction to XPCOM: Modular Code In Mozilla The Gnome Canvas: a Generic Engine for Structured Graphics
15:00 Break
15:15 David S. Miller: Keynote Address

 Gnome  Memory Management
 Filesystem Madness  Security
 Architectures  Clustering & High Availability

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